Track: Entrepreneurship and Innovation
In business assistance in the business incubator, students are required to collaborate that can improve their business development. There is a matchmaking process to help students find the best partner. This study aims to see the pattern that occurs in business students about what type of collaboration they want. This study involved 73 students at a business incubator at a private university in Bandung, Indonesia. The research uses qualitative methods assisted by qualitative analysis software for data processing. The results of the study show several major themes regarding the type of collaboration desired by business students in business incubators, namely in the same or different industries, the same vision, sales channels, commitment, and being able to increase sales. This research is useful for facilitators in business incubators to map student businesses according to their needs and desires, so that they can meet each other with their respective partners so that they can carry out the desired collaboration. Scientifically, this research is useful to increase knowledge about the process of entrepreneurship education in the Business Incubator.
Entrepreneurship education, business incubator, MSMEs, coaching, entrepreneurial ecosystem